A bakery in Oregon recently denied to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple because of his religious beliefs. Now the couple is suing the bakery for discrimination. The owner says he has no problem with homosexuals and that they are more than welcome to buy the many desserts the bakery serves, he just won’t make a wedding cake for them. Everyone is entitled to their any religious belief they desire, but to refuse to serve someone because you many not agree is disrespectful. It seems to me that either this bakery is going to have to change with the times, since Oregon is making strides in approving to legalized same-sex marriage. NBC did an interview with the owner which he took very seriously…but not really. GRESHAM, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Justice is looking into a complaint that a Gresham bakery refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex marriage. It started on Jan. 17 when a mother and daughter showed up at Sweet Cakes by Melissa looking for the perfect wedding cake. “My first question is what’s the wedding date,” said owner Aaron Klein. “My next question is bride and groom’s name … the girl giggled a little bit and said it’s two brides.” Klein apologized to the women and told them he and his wife do not make cakes for same-sex marriages. Klein said the women were disgusted and walked out. “I believe that marriage is a religious institution ordained by God,” said Klein. “A man should leave his mother and father and cling to his wife … that to me is the beginning of marriage.” At the advice of their attorney, the women are not speaking to the media, but they have plenty of support. Numerous people have blasted the Klein’s on the internet. What Klein wants to make clear is that he and his wife do not hate homosexuals. “They can buy my stuff,” said Klein. “I’ll sell them stuff … I’ll talk to them, it’s fine.” What is not fine, according to Klein, is a marriage between people of the same sex. He will always stand by that conviction. “I’d rather have my kids see their dad stand up for what he believes in then to see him bow down because one person complained.” ORS 659A.403 is the law in question. In short, it prohibits discrimination in places of public accommodation. Klein and his wife have two weeks to respond to the Oregon Department of Justice’s inquiry into what happened.